Supertree Observatory: For Spectacular Views of Gardens by the Bay & Marina Bay
Supertree Observatory is the observatory deck at the highest point of Gardens by the Bay offering stunning views of the Marina Bay Waterfront and the Singapore cityscape. Located 50m up in the air, it offers unparalleled sights of attractions such as Flower Dome, Marina Bay Sands, ArtScience Museum, and the Singapore Flyer. The garden looks even more magical during the night as the entire venue starts to glow. This is one of the best family-friendly attractions that you cannot miss in Singapore.
Supertree Observatory Highlights
- Supertree Observatory is located inside Gardens by the Bay. This observatory is a relatively new attraction that was opened in 2019.
- It is located at the top of the tallest Supertree of Supertree Grove. It is 50m high with two storeys and can accommodate 120 visitors at a time.
- The observatory space includes an indoor area with full-height glass windows and an outdoor walkway. There are four video panels to show the effects of climate change.
- Feeling hungry? You can visit The Social Kitchen cafe at the Observatory to grab drinks and light snacks.
- You can download the Supertree Observatory smartphone app to play around with AR technology. Scan the skyline and get information on the famous landmarks of the Marina Bay area, learn about Gardens by the Bay, take a selfie to decorate it with Gardens-themed stickers, and play a game to build your own Supertree.
Plan Your Visit to Supertree Observatory
Opening Hours: The Supertree Observatory at Gardens by the Bay is open from 4 PM to 9 PM (Mon-Fri) and 12 PM to 9 PM (Sat-Sun and public holidays).
Best Time To Visit: Evenings are the best time to visit the Supertree Observatory. The golden hour ambience is great for taking in the views from the top and getting Instagram-worthy pictures.
Supertree Observatory is located in the Bay South Garden of the Gardens by Bay Singapore. | Find on Map
- Get down at Bayfront MRT Station (CE1/DT16) and take Exit B, and follow the underground linkway. Exit and cross either the Dragonfly Bridge or Meadow Bridge to reach Gardens by the Bay.
- Get down at the Gardens by the Bay MRT Station (TE22) and take Exit 1 located near Satay by the Bay to enter the Garden.
Hop on bus 400 and hop off at bus stop no. 03371 along Marina Gardens Drive.
Cars can be parked in either the Gardens by the Bay - The Meadows Car Park or the Bayfront Plaza Carpark.
The Supertree Observatory, like the rest of Gardens by the Bay attractions, is stroller and wheelchair accessible.
Views From The Supertree Observatory
Dubbed the largest glass greenhouse in the world according to Guinness World Records 2015, you'll find exotic plants from around the world in the nine different gardens thriving in the cool and dry Mediterranean climate. Marvel at the Flower Field Hall display and stroll among the Baobabs and thousand-year-old olive trees.
Gardens by the Bay Ticket Options
Supertree Observatory FAQs
Supertree Observatory offers access to an open-air rooftop deck to enjoy a 360-degree view of the surroundings. There is an observatory space one level below the rooftop consisting of an indoor area, full-height glass windows, and an outdoor walkway where visitors can stroll around and grab a bite to eat at The Social Kitchen cafe.
Supertree Observatory is located in the tallest Supertree in the Supertree Grove.
Supertree Observatory is open from 4 PM to 9 PM on weekdays and from 12 PM to 9 PM on weekends and public holidays.
You can purchase Supertree Observatory tickets online and at the venue. It is recommended your purchase your Supertree Observatory tickets online for the best discounts.
The Supertree Observatory is located on the tallest Supertree which is 50 meters tall.
Yes, there is an entry fee for visiting the Supertree Observatory. The tickets can be purchased online and can be presented at the gate.
Visitors can stay at the Supertree Observatory for any amount of time until closing time at 9:00 PM.
Yes, the Supertree Observatory and all other Gardens by the Bay attractions are wheelchair accessible.
Food and drinks from outside are not allowed inside the Supertree Observatory. However, visitors can get refreshments and snacks from The Social Kitchen cafe at the Supertree Observatory.
No, there are no age or height restrictions for the Supertree Observatory. However, children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
There is no official dress code for visitors of the Supertree Observatory. However, it is recommended that you dress comfortably as per weather conditions.